Trina Hunt Case Update: Investigators Seen At Port Moody Home

The family of Trina Hunt are still searching for justice after they recently announced a new reward for any information that could help to find out what happened to her. Trina Hunt was reported missing earlier this year and it wasn’t until months later that her remains would be discovered. Trina Hunt was found up near Hope, B.C. which is a far distance from her home in Port Moody.

There are many in the community who have been eager to continue spreading awareness about the case. Posters have been put up around the province, and there is hope that eventually the truth will come out about what happened to Trina.

The community is still searching for justice about what happened to Trina Hunt and it looks like authorities might be getting closer now to that answer.

Just recently it was reported that authorities were seen at the home of Trina Hunt in Port Moody, B.C. That home is now taped off by investigators working on the Trina Hunt homicide investigation.

It is reported that Trina’s remains had been found earlier this year near Hope, B.C. at around 10 a.m. on March 29. Trina Hunt had allegedly gone missing on Jan 18th when her husband reported it to the police after he came home and found she wasn’t there.

It is recently reported that the police were at Trina’s home in Port Moody but also the husband’s family home located in Mission as well.

This comes only a few days after the family announced that significant award of $50,000 for any information that might help lead to the arrest of Trina Hunt’s killer.

It isn’t known whether or not the authorities have any suspects or persons of interest in this homicide investigation yet. This is a top priority for investigators in B.C. right now.

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